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Yosh head? Cool man, your gonna have one kick ass DRZ.

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doesn't a DRZ already come with an engine?


so what is it?

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That sticker is awesome, I'm getting one for my engine too!!








I kid, very sweet!

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That sticker is awesome, I'm getting one for my engine too!!








I kid, very sweet!
You put that sticker on a husky and you will throw the whole motor out of wack, causing a catastrophic failure. European bikes are finely tuned machines not to be monkeyed with.

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It's a whole motor I bought on eBay for 500 bucks.
I was looking for a K bottom end (kicker only) so I could dump the battery+starter and shave off about 10 pounds off the bike.
The seller didn't know much about the internals, but all I need is the bottom end that will most likely get a stroker crank. The motor came from Yoshimura's warehouse.
If I get lucky, it will be a good running 450 with Yosh cams, better valves and a ported head.
Worst case, I'll get my bottom end and bunch of spare parts I can sell and have what I needed pretty much for free.
Just the stupid kick start kit costs $200... I'm just excited waiting for it to get here so I can open it and see what's hiding inside.
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It's a whole motor I bought on eBay for 500 bucks.
I was looking for a K bottom end (kicker only) so I could dump the battery+starter and shave off about 10 pounds off the bike.
The seller didn't know much about the internals, but all I need is the bottom end that will most likely get a stroker crank. The motor came from Yoshimura's warehouse.
If I get lucky, it will be a good running 450 with Yosh cams, better valves and a ported head.
Worst case, I'll get my bottom end and bunch of spare parts I can sell and have what I needed pretty much for free.
Just the stupid kick start kit costs $200... I'm just excited waiting for it to get here so I can open it and see what's hiding inside.
Just shows what I know. I hope the motor is kick ass for you!

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Although, no matter what motor I have, I'll still be a whole lot slower than everybody else in this forum
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sweet gem bro, alot of sweet deals on ebay, today i just got a motomaster 4 piston caliper kit, w/ bracket and pads new in box $315 bucks. sweet deal.

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sweet gem bro, alot of sweet deals on ebay, today i just got a motomaster 4 piston caliper kit, w/ bracket and pads new in box $315 bucks. sweet deal.
Nice find! I just wish I knew you when you were parting out your Z. The TRS pipe would be very handy now.
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hopefully it's a spare from one of KS's bikes
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Yeah, there's a pretty good chance that that's what it is. Same sticker on the cylinder, same CF clutch cover. Hope it's not too beat up.
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Negative. Just took the valve cover off and it has stock K cams. Most likely just a regular Yoshi 450 kit.
Still a pretty damn good deal for 5 bills..
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Negative. Just took the valve cover off and it has stock K cams. Most likely just a regular Yoshi 450 kit.
Still a pretty damn good deal for 5 bills..
yeah, good deal considering the yosh stroker/bore kit is over $2k
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yeah, good deal considering the yosh stroker/bore kit is over $2k
Although, that's for the whole deal with porting, cams, clutch etc.
The Yosh 450 kit has a 92mm piston so I'll slap my 94mm athena BB on it which should make it what, a 470?
Well, first I need to take a look at the piston and crank. Who knows, maybe somebody just slapped a sticker on it to make it look like it's a Yoshimura motor.
In any case, I'll definitely have an extra S motor with E/K cams and a possible 92mm bore. If you know somebody who's looking for one..
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Geo is gonna smack you upside the head with his "this is supermoto" picture
There you go Bill just for you. Feel free to use it anytime you like as well.

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Although, that's for the whole deal with porting, cams, clutch etc.
The Yosh 450 kit has a 92mm piston so I'll slap my 94mm athena BB on it which should make it what, a 470?
Well, first I need to take a look at the piston and crank. Who knows, maybe somebody just slapped a sticker on it to make it look like it's a Yoshimura motor.
In any case, I'll definitely have an extra S motor with E/K cams and a possible 92mm bore. If you know somebody who's looking for one..
yeah, if it's a 450 with a 92mm bore then it has the +5mm stroker crank.

+5 stroke and +4 bore = 470

Geo will be pissed when his husky gets passed by a DRZ on the straights

did you put in new valves/springs when you did the BB? new cams?
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yeah, if it's a 450 with a 92mm bore then it has the +5mm stroker crank.

+5 stroke and +4 bore = 470

Geo will be pissed when his husky gets passed by a DRZ on the straights

did you put in new valves/springs when you did the BB? new cams?
Do you have to machine out the bottom of the cylinder to accomodate for the stroker?

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Geo will be pissed when his husky gets passed by a DRZ on the straights
Blah what ever when dongie passes me (DRZ or not) I'm hanging up my wheels and slicks and riding dirt with Joe.

Don't knock the Husky it will try to kill you again. You know you miss that 450 power go ahead admit it.



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Do you have to machine out the bottom of the cylinder to accomodate for the stroker?
I think Eddie makes a cylinder spacer that would allow the athena jug to bolt right on

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Don't knock the Husky it will try to kill you again. You know you miss that 450 power go ahead admit it.
the husky did pull hard, felt like it probably had a few horses on the KTM.

I definitely miss the power
hence, I have the FCR carb on order, and am scheming on adding a big bore to the mix as well.
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I definitely miss the power
hence, I have the FCR carb on order, and am scheming on adding a big bore to the mix as well.
Husqvarna were the kings of single cylinder HP! But that will all end now that BWM own them.

You have a FCR on order?





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the husky did pull hard, felt like it probably had a few horses on the KTM.

I definitely miss the power
hence, I have the FCR carb on order, and am scheming on adding a big bore to the mix as well.
Why are you ordering parts for it? You never make it out to ride. Whats up?

So which of you guys is going to make it out to waterman? Bill you up for the intro to dirt class, maybe you can ride my new 08 YZ450. Geo you are out of town right?

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Why are you ordering parts for it? You never make it out to ride. Whats up?

So which of you guys is going to make it out to waterman? Bill you up for the intro to dirt class, maybe you can ride my new 08 YZ450. Geo you are out of town right?
I get back the day before so I doubt I will have the chance (read money) to make it out.

Bill's bike should still be up and running anyway, rumor is that DRZs can run even if you take the rings off the pistons and remove the head. They are that reliable.

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yeah, my parts guy says I should have it for the 2010 season


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Why are you ordering parts for it? You never make it out to ride. Whats up?
cause I'm poser and I want to build a nice pretty show bike
why would I need to ride your bike?

I won't be around for the class. I plan to start practicing dirt once a week or so after new years. probably waterman for at least a couple of months, and outdoors as soon as the snow melts. the cheaper the better. I know a nice sand track where I can ride for free, but it's a little further away than WIR or FVOR. I'm gonna make Geo go out there with me so it costs less for gas
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why would I need to ride your bike?

I won't be around for the class. I plan to start practicing dirt once a week or so after new years. probably waterman for at least a couple of months, and outdoors as soon as the snow melts. the cheaper the better. I know a nice sand track where I can ride for free, but it's a little further away than WIR or FVOR. I'm gonna make Geo go out there with me so it costs less for gas
I wasnt sure if youre shit was ridable, just offering up a brother a chance to ride! For sand on the cheap, Rocky glen is the shit down in the quarry. If its at least 40deg thats the bomb. $20 in rockford.

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I won't be around for the class. I plan to start practicing dirt once a week or so after new years. probably waterman for at least a couple of months, and outdoors as soon as the snow melts. the cheaper the better. I know a nice sand track where I can ride for free, but it's a little further away than WIR or FVOR. I'm gonna make Geo go out there with me so it costs less for gas
I thought that we were keeping this quite, some alone time for you and me like Tony and Joe have. There you go Tony I'm gaying this thread up for you before you even get a chance to.

Bill your parts guy is terrible I would find a new one.

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I wasnt sure if youre shit was ridable, just offering up a brother a chance to ride! For sand on the cheap, Rocky glen is the shit down in the quarry. If its at least 40deg thats the bomb. $20 in rockford.
I wanna ride it, but Bill has to start it for me. He and YZ's are made for each other.

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